Dining
Dining
Whether making kitchen work easier or elevating dining to a new level, the objects here show that good design can affect people's lives in inspiring and transformative ways. Luminaire's curated selection of accessories for the kitchen and tabletop range from sleek, minimal vessels that add texture and interest to the table, to ingenious solutions for everyday kitchen tasks that employ new materials and ergonomic forms to efficiently get the job done. The spirited combinations of technology, materials, craft and design represent Luminaire's continual quest to bring the best of design into people's lives.
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/images/products/thumbs/1143.jpg A playful reference to the vessel's height, the simple and functional +/- Glass Jars designed by Dan Yeffet have carefully chosen dimensions to store dry food, nuts or just things. The ingenious cork lid serves as a seal and as a serving plate. +/- Glass Jar Dan Yeffet
/images/products/thumbs/300.jpg A rhythmic exploration of line becoming form, designer Pauline Deltour's A Tempo Citrus Basket for Alessi is a graphic element for the tabletop that is as functional as it is stunning. A Tempo Citrus Basket Pauline Deltour
/images/products/thumbs/390.jpg A careful study of function and form in cookware, KNIndustrie's ABCT cookware collection by Rodolfo Dordoni reduces the necessary cooking and serving pieces to their most minimal state while innovatively allowing each piece to serve a variety of functions. The casserole, available in a range of dimensions, integrates with the rest of the products to form a cohesive set of tools for the kitchen. ABCT Casserole KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/393.jpg A careful study of function and form in cookware, KNIndustrie's ABCT cookware collection by Rodolfo Dordoni reduces the necessary cooking and serving objects to their most minimal state while innovatively allowing each piece to serve a variety of functions. The tong-like handle integrates with the pan, casserole and wok to add new function to each item. ABCT Handle for Pan, Casserole and Wok KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/391.jpg A careful study of function and form in cookware, KNIndustrie's ABCT cookware collection by Rodolfo Dordoni reduces the necessary cooking and serving objects to their most minimal state while innovatively allowing each piece to serve a variety of functions. The wooden lid dually functions as a trivet to protect kitchen surfaces from the warm dishes. ABCT Mahogany Lid KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/392.jpg A careful study of function and form in cookware, KNIndustrie's ABCT cookware collection by Rodolfo Dordoni reduces the necessary cooking and serving objects to their most minimal state while innovatively allowing each piece to serve a variety of functions. The pan, available in a range of dimensions can serve as bowls or platters or be used with the optional handle as fry-pans on the stove. ABCT Pan KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/1006.jpg A careful study of function and form in cookware, KNIndustrie's ABCT cookware collection reduces the necessary cooking and serving objects to their most minimal state while allowing each piece to serve a variety of functions. ABCT Rectangular High/Low Roasting Pan Walnut Lid KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/1005.jpg Blending form and function in cookware, KNIndustrie's ABCT cookware collection reduces the necessary cooking and serving objects to their most minimal state while allowing each piece to serve a variety of functions. ABCT Rectangular Roasting Pan KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/394.jpg A careful study of function and form in cookware, KNIndustrie's ABCT cookware collection by Rodolfo Dordoni reduces the necessary cooking and serving objects to their most minimal state while innovatively allowing each piece to serve a variety of functions. The wok, available in two sizes, can serve as a bowl or be used with the optional handle as a wok on the stove. ABCT Wok KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/438.jpg Designer Kate Chung's Abundance Airtight Canisters blend Chinese philosophy with insightful design to create a functional storage item for the kitchen. While one of the key Chinese philosophies describes that the earth is square and the heaven is round to demonstrate the stability and the mobility, the yin and yang, Chung takes the line and uses terra cotta and a silicone cap to translate the thinking into modern airtight canisters with a touch of Zen. Abundance Airtight Canister Kate Chung
/images/products/thumbs/123.jpg Helping you to perfectly cook spaghetti, Tobias Huys' Al Dente Spaghetti Tester allows you to pull out a single piece of strand pasta to ensure it is not over boiled or pulpy. The elegant stainless steel kitchen utensil is a perfect gift, complete in presentation packaging. Al Dente Spaghetti Tester Tobias Huys
/images/products/thumbs/1473.jpg Capturing the sublime beauty of simplicity, Belgian designer Michael Verheyden combines basic geometric shapes and the most elemental of materials to create quietly poetic objects for the home. The Apertivo Serving Tray exemplifies his sophisticated approach to design. Aperitivo Round Serving Trays Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1413.jpg The Argo Marble Container elevates the simple storage box into a classically elegant object. Using the most basic of shapes - a circular body and a flat lid - results in a piece in which the essence of the marble is showcased. The white marble body and contrasting grey lid of the container add up to a luxurious and remarkably versatile container. Argo Marble Container XLBoom
/images/products/thumbs/381.jpg Belonging to Anna Torfs' Edition Collection, the Armadillo Coupe Vase is a continuation of Torfs' unique approach to glass. Based on geometric shapes that have undergone intense manipulation, Armadillo pushes the boundaries of glass-blowing. Its sharp cuts create the dynamic, energetic sculpture that is both minimal and sensual at the same time. Armadillo Coupe Vase Anna Torfs
/images/products/thumbs/931.jpg The Bento lunchbox is inspired by the utilitarian and minimal aesthetics of Japanese culture. Available in either a rectangle or square shape, the lunchbox features two containers and includes a removable internal food cup that can be used for toppings or dips. Bento Lunchbox Monbento
/images/products/thumbs/603.jpg A seamless ring of solid spun brass, Minimalux's Black Band Centerpiece is an object reduced to its utmost essence. This striking centerpiece "fences" in fruit and vegetables when placed on the table. The object is finished in electroplated black nickel then mirror polished by hand creating reflections of both the surrounds and contents of the centerpiece. Black Band Centerpiece Minimalux
/images/products/thumbs/215.jpg Glowing bands of Murano glass are fused together to create a single vessel and the result is beautiful and calm. It is fitting that the technique used to join the glass is known as the Incalmo method. Designed in 1968 by Tapio Wirkkala for Venini, the gently curving shapes of the bottles are set off by vibrant swaths of red and green, subdued with softer shades of blue and gray. Bolle Bottles Tapio Wirkkala
/images/products/thumbs/195.jpg The minimal grinder form is universal, but with Bottle, Norm has turned it on its head: the ceramic grinder is located on the top and does not spill on the table. Referencing the archetypal form of a water bottle, the Scandinavian designers have selected a series of muted colors for the object. Bottle Grinder Set Norm
/images/products/thumbs/1399.jpg This stylish and versatile Bread Basket, designed by Thomas Bennedsen for the Danish design company Zone, doubles as a container for displaying and serving fruit or snacks. A study in contrasts, the curved edges of the durable exterior shell and soft fabric interior temper the minimalist aesthetic, resulting in a welcoming design perfect for casual family meals as well as elegant dining. Bread Basket Thomas Bennedsen
/images/products/thumbs/404.jpg Designed by Kate Chung, the artful Calligraphy flatware set features forks, knives and spoons which each takes its form from the brushstrokes of Shou Jing Ti calligraphy, a font created by Emperor Song Hui Zong at the beginning of the 12th century. Calligraphy Flatware Kate Chung
/images/products/thumbs/364.jpg A novel design update on the juice reamer, Graeme Davies' Catcher Citrus Reamer for Joseph Joseph extracts juice without the need for further straining. With its soft rubber cup under the reaming head, Catcher catches debris such as pulp or pits. Catcher Citrus Reamer Graeme Davies
/images/products/thumbs/120.jpg Part of the Passami il Sale collection of objects by Konstantin Grcic, the Certamente salad servers feature laser cut geometries, asymmetries, and sharp cuts like metal origami of extreme simplicity. Certamente Salad Servers Konstantin Grcic
/images/products/thumbs/889.jpg The Cesira Fruit Basket is reduced to its basic geometric form with its metal composition. Defying the standards of the usual fruit-basket, it is both functional and sculptural ideal as a decorative piece or fruit basket. Cesira Fruit Basket Antonino Sciortino
/images/products/thumbs/449.jpg With its sliding fluorescent color lid, Takumi Shimamura's Chanto container is as unique and eye catching as it is functional. Able to be easily stacked, the containers are convenient to use on the tabletop or in the kitchen for storage of food or as organizing objects for the office. Chanto Container Takumi Shimamura
/images/products/thumbs/575.jpg The flair of drinking whiskey or presenting elegant foods takes on a new style with Charlies Glass Tablet Set from the Blueside 2013 collection. Designer R&D Blueside combines quality and quantity to offer a tranquil piece that fits perfectly with the creative gourmets or casual conversationalists. Charlies Glass Tablet Set R&D Blueside
/images/products/thumbs/700.jpg Designed by Ulla Christiansson, Chop is a series of bamboo cutting boards with a clean, beveled edge. Aptly named, Chop is a perfect surface for cutting and preparing food. With its attractive design, the durable cutting boards are perfect for serving as well. Chop Bamboo Cutting Board Ulla Christiansson
/images/products/thumbs/1082.jpg The Cirri Cookie and Cake Stand has a witty and playful personality characterized for its lacy texture and edges that echo cloud formations. Made to display cookies or a fluffy cake, the stand elevates desserts with its sculptural aesthetics. Cirri Cookie & Cake Stand Anna Castelli Ferrieri
/images/products/thumbs/121.jpg Enhancing even the most mundane of tasks, Markus Brodmerkel's Citro citrus peeler simplifies the task with a well designed kitchen utensil. Made from 18/10 stainless steel, the angled tip allows the user to score the skin into segments then, using the blade, gently lift and remove the strips. Citro Citrus Peeler Markus Brodmerkel
/images/products/thumbs/576.jpg Leonardo Borra's Clessidra Spirit Glass deviates from the common shapes popular in drinking glasses to enhance the impression of the senses. Part of Blueside's 2013 collection, this handmade piece reinvents the concept of smelling and tasting spirits by playing with unexplored forms in creativity and comfort. Clessidra Spirit Glass Leonardo Borra
/images/products/thumbs/1459.jpg Driven by his passion for sustainability, Domingos Totora draws inspiration from his surroundings in Brazil to create an imaginative collection of objects made of natural fibers and pigments. In his CMV Centerpiece, the circular dish distinguished by its repetition of parallel lines which create the bowl's form. CMV Centerpiece Gardeco
/images/products/thumbs/367.jpg Damian Evans' stylish Compact Herb Chopper for Joseph Joseph allows the user to easily and tidily chop herbs with one kitchen utensil. Simply remove the cutter, chop on the gently curved cutting surface then store the blade in the compartment. Compact Herb Chopper Damian Evans
/images/products/thumbs/212.jpg Inspired by nature, the Coral Vase provides a magnificent display with or without flowers. Norman Trapman has designed the ceramic vase so that each individual opening is its own stem vase that is watertight. Coral Vase Norman Trapman
/images/products/thumbs/493.jpg A companion to his Corky Carafe, designer Andreas Engesvik's Corky Glasses feature the same subtle design and take inspiration from the archetypal shape of classic bottles. Small and light, the set of four drinking glasses compliments the carafe or may be used separately. Corky Glasses Andreas Engesvik
/images/products/thumbs/291.jpg A vase cut from a single block of steel and scored along two diagonal lines, Crevasse by Zaha Hadid for Alessi creates a warped, inverted surface. With a force similar to that of an arctic crevasse, the twisted walls accentuate the verticality of Hadid's creation. Crevasse Vase Zaha Hadid
/images/products/thumbs/536.jpg Laurence Brabant's Decales collection of glassware combines specialized glass-blowing techniques with witty design while remaining highly functional. Adding intrigue and delight to the tabletop, the Decales Carafe features an expressive form that bridges art and design. Decales Carafe Laurence Brabant
/images/products/thumbs/538.jpg Laurence Brabant's Decales collection of glassware combine specialized glass-blowing techniques with witty design. The Decales Glass Bowls feature an expressive design; with a sinuous rounded base and an of center cylindrical form at the top, the glass bowls echo the other vessels in the Decales collection while remaining functional and well proportioned. Decales Glass Bowls Laurence Brabant
/images/products/thumbs/535.jpg Giving shape to irony, poetry and nostalgia, Laurence Brabant's Decales collection of tumblers incorporate specialized glass-blowing techniques with witty design. Expressive, concentric cylinders are stacked three high, throwing off each vessel's equilibrium yet still retaining balance. Decales Glass Tumblers Laurence Brabant
/images/products/thumbs/1193.jpg Who says you can't have your cake and eat it too? Designed by Caterina Carrieras for Rome-based gallery Secondome, the Diagonal Cake Plate is handmade by Venetian glassblower Master Massimo Lunardon. Like Cinderella's glass slipper, the object has a demure aesthetic that puts a deliberate focus on the material and craftsmanship. Diagonal Cake Plate Catarina Carreiras
/images/products/thumbs/116.jpg Capturing the essence and refinement of Piet Stockmans porcelain objects, Dish Without Base combines the designer's characteristic colors and surface texture into a functional tabletop object. Suitable as a centerpiece or fruit bowl, the dish is made from thin porcelain that has a glazed interior. Dish Without Base Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1426.jpg Inspired by her fascination with glass blowing techniques, Lucie Koldova's Double Bowl is a sublime union of materials. The bowl consists of a sinuous blown glass top and oiled oak base that may be used independently or collectively to create a functional and interchangeable tabletop object. Double Bowl Lucie Koldova
/images/products/thumbs/1063.jpg Referencing a sculptural piece of geometric abstraction, the Earthquake Dish is designed by the renowned Belgian ceramicist, Piet Stockmans. The surface of the dish resembles the patchwork of tectonic plates that move slowly into each other during an earthquake. Earthquake Dish Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1238.jpg A wonderful addition to your table the practical Eddy Trivet provides countertop and table surfaces protection from extreme heat. A wonderful addition to your table the trivet connected by a leather strap provides both countertops and table surfaces protection from extreme heat. Eddy Trivet
/images/products/thumbs/188.jpg The Elevate Tools Set of six cooking utensils utilizes an innovative weighted handle system to prevent the utensil head from touching the worktop surfaces. With vivid color and considered design, the kitchen utensils will add a bright design element to the cooking process. Elevate Tools Set Gillian Westley
/images/products/thumbs/816.jpg Strips of glass, spun by hand, appear to embrace an inner glass bowl. Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta's Embrace Blown Glass Bowl builds on the Italian duo's mastery of glass-blowing techniques. Embrace Blown Glass Bowl Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta
/images/products/thumbs/437.jpg The minimal design and attention to details that are present in the Emptiness Dinnerware is meant to awaken the sense of touch while in use. Designer Kate Chung references a core philosophy of Chinese Taoism to create harmony between the being and the non-being. Emptiness Dinnerware Kate Chung
/images/products/thumbs/739.jpg The most commonly used knife in the kitchen, the Chef's Knife, gets a makeover that fuses design and technology. The revolutionary, geometric knife is a culmination of TB's unique ambition to blend technological and creative excellence into one. Evercut Furtif Chef's Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/741.jpg The Evercut Furtif Kitchen Knife, with its long blade and eye-catching geometric design, is as impressive when using in your kitchen as it is when sitting on the table. Useful for numerous tasks, the classic kitchen staple gets a makeover that fuses design and technology. Evercut Furtif Kitchen Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/742.jpg The Evercut Furtif Multipurpose Knife is an hybrid. It is between a chef's knife and a paring knife; between slicing and carving. Useful for numerous tasks, the kitchen staple gets a makeover that fuses eye-catching, angular design and technology. Evercut Furtif Multipurpose Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/743.jpg While having the shortest blade of the Furtif range, the Paring Knife packs the most precision. Dedicated to peeling and small or complicated work like cutting small fruit and vegetables or creating garnishes, the paring knife gets a makeover that fuses design and technology. Evercut Furtif Paring Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/740.jpg The Santoku knife, a staple of Japanese chefs, represents the bridge between Japanese and Western Cuisine. The equivalent of the traditional chef's knife get's a makeover that fuses eye-catching, angular design and technology. Evercut Furtif Santoku Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/578.jpg The Eye Round Glass Dish from R&D Blueside combines the ideal attributes to display all kinds of foods with a simple and sophisticated design. Given the elegant concave style, this serving plate is an excellent serving object for dishes that require no knives. Eye Round Glass Dish R&D Blueside
/images/products/thumbs/271.jpg A simple form at home with any glassware, Daff's Felt Coasters combine the rich texture of high-quality merino wool felt with a wide range of vivid colors. Felt Coasters Daff Design
/images/products/thumbs/270.jpg Simple forms with harmonious proportions, Daff's Felt Placemats combine the rich texture of high-quality merino wool felt with a wide range of vivid colors and compliment any dining table. Felt Placemats Daff Design
/images/products/thumbs/125.jpg The Festa Appetizer Set, designed by Liliana Bonomi, is a collection of porcelain bowls that rest on a polished stainless steel tray, emphasizing and enhancing the presentation of food. Festa Appetizer Set Liliana Bonomi
/images/products/thumbs/1098.jpg The Field Cutting Board designed by Shane Schneck is the perfect combination of beauty and function. Available in three different shapes, round, curved or rectangular, the Field Cutting Board is characterized for its surface of deep grooves resembling plowed fields. Field Cutting Board Shane Schneck
/images/products/thumbs/656.jpg A simple form that reflects the function of the object, Jakob Wagner's Flow Milk Jug is a refreshingly simple object for the table. The designer sought to create a harmonious form from four elements: one hole to fill the jug, one hole to pour from, a low center of gravity and a generous form for comfortable grip. Flow Milk Jug Jakob Wagner
/images/products/thumbs/1492.jpg Serving and presenting appetizers gets a well-designed set of useful tools. The Fold Cheese Board and Knife is a clever collection that features unique details within a minimal design. Fold Cheese Board and Knife shibui
/images/products/thumbs/1017.jpg Designed by Joe Colombo, the Formaggiera is an elegant and modern grated cheese container. The oval shaped plastic container includes a stainless steel tray with a round puncture for easy handling. Formaggiera Joe Colombo
/images/products/thumbs/1414.jpg The Forte White Marble Bowl and Tray are objects that make a statement. The pieces are strong and heavy, showcasing the materiality of the white marble body and resulting in luxurious and classic items that are both stylish and functional. Forte White Marble Bowl and Tray XLBoom
/images/products/thumbs/1007.jpg Designed by Lara Caffi, the FTF System from Italian company Knindustrie is a modular cook set made with the intent to simplify the daily actions between the kitchen and table. FTF Rectangular Roasting Pan KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/1008.jpg Designed by Lara Caffi, the FTF System from Italian company Knindustrie is a modular cook set made with the intent to simplify the daily actions between the kitchen and table. FTF Walnut Chopping Board KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/1185.jpg French designer Sam Baron is eager to provide cultural dimension to his creations. This appropriation is present in the baroque inspired Futiles Glass Fruit Pot produced in collaboration with Rome-based gallery Secondome. Futiles Glass Fruit Pot Sam Baron
/images/products/thumbs/579.jpg A thrilling emotional design from the Blueside 2013 collection, the Genio Spirit Glass, named after the popular Disney movie Aladdin, enriches the process of consuming spirits by combining ingenuity and innovation in this delightful drinking piece that's held intimately on the palm of the hand. Genio Spirit Glass Leonardo Borra
/images/products/thumbs/886.jpg The Geometry Bowl is the result of the meeting between Belgian ceramist Ann Van Hoey and chef Peter Goossens. Manufactured by Serax, the bowls are made of bone china, known for its chip resistance, and characterized by a creamy white color and high gloss. Geometry Bowl Ann Van Hoey
/images/products/thumbs/122.jpg Designed to enhance and simplify the simple task of slicing an apple, Christina Schäfer's Giro apple slicer kitchen utensil is made from stainless steel. Lay the apple slicer on top of an apple an turn the gadget while the apple spirals. Giro Apple Slicer Christina Schäfer
/images/products/thumbs/580.jpg The Giss Liquid Container from Steroglass captures an inviting reaction at the dinner table uniquely as a result of the quiet yet expressive silhouette designed to hold a determined amount of liquid without taking much space. Giss Liquid Container R&D Blueside
/images/products/thumbs/1282.jpg Like an imperfectly shaped fallen seed pod or shell, the Giusco Tray embodies the pure form found in nature.
While each piece is born of a common mold, the artists hand renders each piece a one of a kind work of art.
Giusco Tray Imperfettolab
/images/products/thumbs/557.jpg Simple in form, the colorful Glass Bottle Vases by Pols Potten are made by hand so each object is slightly unique in form and hue. At first glance, the vases are pure and understated, yet the clarity of form and depth of coloration make the vases special. Glass Bottle Vases Pols Potten
/images/products/thumbs/398.jpg With a name derived from a play on the words global and local, the Glocal collection by KNIndustrie features a functional tabletop Cheese Plate made from an exhausted wood barrel. Glocal Cheese Plate KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/399.jpg With a Name derived from a play on the words global and local, the Glocal collection by KNIndustrie features a functional tabletop Cutting Board made from an exhausted wood barrel. Glocal Cutting Board KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/958.jpg Inspired by Japanese culinary culture, the Glocal Teppanyaki Tray is minimal and elegant. The tray can be used as a practical grill following the typical Japanese Teppanyaki technique. Glocal Teppanyaki Tray KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/217.jpg A new take on the traditional candlestick holder, Norway Says' Gloria Candlestick Holder allows the user to create their own composition of candlesticks by placing candles anywhere around the ring. Gloria Candlestick Holder Norway Says
/images/products/thumbs/713.jpg Refined in both material and form, Cutipol's Goa Flatware Set elevates the dining experience. A testament to good design, the precise and minimal forks, knife and spoons are effortlessly elegant and ergonomically pleasing. Goa Flatware Set Cutipol
/images/products/thumbs/712.jpg With a refined form and attention to detail and material, Cutipol's Goa Salad Serving Set combines modern design with traditional craftsmanship. A testament to good design, the precise and minimal servers are effortlessly elegant and ergonomically pleasing. Goa Salad Serving Set Cutipol
/images/products/thumbs/1468.jpg A clever design that is delightful in its simplicity. Designed by Masayuki Kurokawa, the Gom Rubber Coasters each feature a hexagonal pattern of circles that fit together to conserve space and make sure one doesn't go missing. Gom Rubber Coasters - Set of 2 Masayuki Kurokawa
/images/products/thumbs/745.jpg Designed to assist in carving cooked meat, Cutipol's Gourmet Line Carving Tools combine traditional craftsmanship with modern technology. With meticulous attention paid to detail, each tool features the highest quality of materials designed for practicality and functionality. Gourmet Line Carving Fork and Knife Cutipol
/images/products/thumbs/749.jpg An elegant and refined way to clean a table during dinner, the Gourmet Line Crumb Collector is a specialized item that elevates the dining experience. Cutipol's version builds on the Portuguese cutlery maker's rich history of innovative and durable serving pieces. Gourmet Line Crumb Collector Cutipol
/images/products/thumbs/748.jpg With a solid, heavy blade, Cutipol's Hard Cheese Knife is perfect for cutting into dense cheeses. The useful tool builds on the Portuguese cutlery maker's rich history of innovative and durable serving pieces. Gourmet Line Hard Cheese Knife Cutipol
/images/products/thumbs/711.jpg Featuring eight useful knives for a variety of tasks, Cutipol's Gourmet Line Knife Set combines traditional craftsmanship with modern technology. With meticulous attention paid to each detail, each knife features the highest quality of materials designed for practicality and functionality. Gourmet Line Knife Set Cutipol
/images/products/thumbs/747.jpg A sleek and modern tool for serving pasta, Cutipol's Spaghetti Fork builds on the Portuguese cutlery maker's rich history of innovative and durable serving pieces. With meticulous attention paid to detail, the tool features the highest quality of materials designed for practicality and functionality. Gourmet Line Spaghetti Fork Cutipol
/images/products/thumbs/521.jpg By one of the masters of modern Italian design, Vico Magistretti, the Grip Glassware collection is a series of understated, well-considered vessels suitable for a wide variety of drinks. With glass increasingly thin, almost to the point of disappearance, the objectivity of the glassware is reduced which focuses attention on the contents rather than container. Grip Glassware Vico Magistretti
/images/products/thumbs/1180.jpg When steak (or any serous cut of meat) is on the table, a set of steak knives should be too. The Guy Savoy Knife Set was created in collaboration with head chef and owner of the eponymous Parisian restaurant that bears his name. These hand finished knives are beautiful to look at and comfortable in the hand. Guy Savoy Knife Set TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/582.jpg The Hasia Tablet Serving Trays from the Blueside 2013 collection redefines the relationship of two materials different in composition that when used together create beautiful results. The trays work harmoniously when served as a pair, enabling the food connoisseurs to appreciate the influence of small taste common in meze, hors d'oeuvre and dessert presentations. Hasia Tablet Serving Trays Sara Guasticchi and R&D Blueside
/images/products/thumbs/898.jpg Greek traditions meet modern and sleek Italian design in the Hidria Water Jug designed by Stefania Vasques for Diamantini and Domeniconi. The exaggerated size of the Hidria Water Jugs allows them to be used creatively as a vase or pitcher. Hidria Water Jug Stefania Vasquez
/images/products/thumbs/659.jpg Like a prehistoric object, Marie Garnier's Homosapien Grinding Stone appears to be hand carved into a functional object. The sandstone object a useful kitchen tool for sharpening knives or crushing and grinding ingredients for cooking. Homosapiens Grinding Stone Marie Garnier
/images/products/thumbs/144.jpg Two mouth blown glass carafes nestle together like two friends or lovers in Yung-Ho Chang's Hulu Oil & Vinegar Set. Silicon stoppers carry stainless steel pipes in a flowing embrace and create an artful functional object for the tabletop. Ying and Yang in action. Hulu Oil & Vinegar Set Yung-Ho Chang
/images/products/thumbs/414.jpg The poetic, minimal work of Maarten Van Severn is characterized by carefully reduced forms, well thought out design and an acute sensitivity to materiality. On a constant search for ways to remove superfluous elements from objects, the designer has achieved a cutlery set that is the absolute synthesis of function, design and craft. Hybrid Cutlery Maarten Van Severen
/images/products/thumbs/111.jpg With a design influenced by a balloon containing water, Norway Says used glass as the skin to similarly contain liquid. Subtle curves at the top and bottom of the carafe balance the slender form which is punctuated by a shallow spout for pouring. I'm Boo Carafe Norway Says
/images/products/thumbs/934.jpg Designed by Katarina Andersson, the Iglo Crystal Glass Jars from Covo are both elegant and useful. The shape resembles an old milk bottle with a sleek and elegant design. Iglo Crystal Glass Jars Covo
/images/products/thumbs/1181.jpg Functionality and aesthetics come together in the beautifully crafted In-Taglio Cutting Board created by Lara Caffi for Italian kitchenware company knIndustrie. An ultra thin stainless steel base layered with solid walnut wood incorporates Patricia Urquiola's artisanal handmade Mutina bas-relief porcelain stoneware tile. In-Taglio Cutting Board Lara Caffi
/images/products/thumbs/1384.jpg The Knife Block from Zone, the Danish design company, is an innovative, stylish way to have knives near at hand and artfully displayed. The Knife Block is typical of Zone's ability to blend user-friendly functionality with elegant form, all the while keeping the consumer's needs at the forefront. Knife Block Zone Denmark
/images/products/thumbs/1470.jpg In Italian designer Denis Guidone's Kokeshi Oil Bottle, the collectible wooden Japanese doll inspired the bottle's unique form. Here, a slender borosilicate glass vessel references the doll's body while a bulbous cork stopper references the doll's enlarged head. Kokeshi Oil Bottle Denis Guidone
/images/products/thumbs/1469.jpg Inspired by a traditional wooden Japanese doll, Denis Guidone's Kokeshi collection translates the collectible's iconic form into a collection of glass and cork tabletop accessories. Just like the dolls that inspired them, the form of the bottles are made of a slender glass vessel topped with an enlarged cork top. Kokeshi Salt and Pepper Bottles Denis Guidone
/images/products/thumbs/1073.jpg Made by the renowned Belgian ceramist Piet Stockmans, the La Mer Coaster is characterized for its exquisite attention to detail and expert handling of its material. Made from porcelain, the coaster is made of a glazed vibrant blue hue, a trademark of the designer. La Mer Coaster Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1074.jpg The elegant and delicate Lacy Bowl is made of transparent blown glass shaped in curved lines that wrap around the bowl. Designed by Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta, it resembles a minimal and sleek basket with a poetic touch. Lacy Bowl Fabio Cocchi and Luigi Rotta
/images/products/thumbs/401.jpg A juxtaposition between old and new, the LampADA takes the form of the modern light bulb and uses it as an oil lamp. The sculptural lamp features two mouth-blown glass bulbs that seemingly dance at the ends of two steel poles. LampADA Oil Lamp Opossum Design
/images/products/thumbs/530.jpg Poetic yet whimsical, Maison Martin Margiela's Le Bougeoir Candle Holder is a homogeneous object that utilizes wax to create a candle holder. With seven white candles included, the ethereal object morphs and enlarges as time passes and the candles melt. Le Bougeoir Candle Holder Maison Martin Margiela
/images/products/thumbs/1125.jpg Made in Denmark, the Leather Coasters are simple and durable mats ideal for your living room or dining room table. Leather Coasters LIND DNA
/images/products/thumbs/1126.jpg Made in Denmark, the Leather Placemats are minimal and simple table mats characterized for their recycled leather material. Leather Placemats LIND DNA
/images/products/thumbs/1235.jpg The classic French inspired Lena Rolling Pin features two noble woods from Quebec, walnut and maple. The handle-less design allows for easy grasping when rolling out perfect pie crusts, cookies or other pastries - clean handcrafted lines won it the 2012 Grand Prix of Design award. Lena Rolling Pin
/images/products/thumbs/1236.jpg Knives are cradled securely inside and outside the Leonardo Knife Holder via cleverly concealed embedded magnets. The result is a space-saving block of sustainably sourced solid walnut wood without a compromise between safety or beauty. Leonardo Knife Holder
/images/products/thumbs/527.jpg Through a dedicated exploration of nature realized in subtle communion of unlikely materials, Vanessa Mirtrani's designs are both ethereal and delightful. This experimentation is found within the Lilliput Mug, a cylindrical form of blown-glass topped with pewter sculptures. Lilliput Mug Vanessa Mitrani
/images/products/thumbs/1188.jpg The Limited Edition Oval Tray is handcrafted in Studio Piet Stockmans workshop in Genk, Belgium. The object is made from white porcelain slip, glazed with a deep cobalt blue, a trademark of the designer. Limited Edition Oval Tray Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1472.jpg A sinuous glass form inspired by nature. In her Liquid Sense Oil and Vinegar Bottles, designer Rianne Koens translates the curvaceous and organic forms found in nature into a glass and cork accessory for the tabletop. Liquid Sense Oil and Vinegar Bottles Rianne Koens
/images/products/thumbs/435.jpg Inspired by the concept of purifying and re-interpreting the aesthetic beauty found in everyday objects, designer Catherine Lovatt's bowls subtract from the archetypal form creating a functional object with a unique design language. Lovatt Bowl Catherine Lovatt
/images/products/thumbs/436.jpg Inspired by the concept of purifying and re-interpreting the aesthetic beauty found in everyday objects, designer Catherine Lovatt's porcelain plate subtracts from the archetypal form creating a functional object with a unique design language. Lovatt Plate Catherine Lovatt
/images/products/thumbs/1318.jpg The long trough-shaped solid mango wood vessel is perfect for serving your favorite small bites, cradle fresh fruit or prized collectibles. Each dish is hand-carved by skilled artisans from sustainable mango wood from trees that have reached the end of their fruiting life. Mango Wood Long Dish Be Home
/images/products/thumbs/1319.jpg Made with passion and purpose the Mango Wood Wave Platter promotes vibrant communities and makes a welcome addition to your table. Carefully chosen for their character and grain, each one is unique in shape and finish and provides an elevated surface for serving appetizers, cheeses, fruits and anything else that needs a lift. Mango Wood Wave Platter Be Home
/images/products/thumbs/1085.jpg Resembling a chemistry beaker, the Medamade Oil Dispenser is a sleek addition to your kitchen. When you rotate the beaker, the lid magically opens through gravity while you pour. Medamade Oil Dispenser Alberto Meda
/images/products/thumbs/152.jpg The Meniscus Bowl is a substantial yet graceful curve of heavy lead crystal. Designed by Claryssa Berning, this bowl is the essence of simple, functional beauty acting almost as a lens and intensifying the reaction of its viewer. Meniscus Bowl Claryssa Berning
/images/products/thumbs/890.jpg The Meo Oval Bowl is reduced to its basic organic shape with its metal composition. Designed by Antonino Sciortino exclusively for Serax, the bowl is handmade and finished with traditional methods. Meo Oval Bowl Antonino Sciortino
/images/products/thumbs/1061.jpg Sharp and beautiful, the Michel Bras Knife No. 4 becomes a natural extension of the chef's hand. Designed by renowned French chef, Michel Bras, the knife is ideal for preparing fruits, vegetables, and herbs and fits firmly and seamlessly into the chef's hands. Michel BRAS Knife No. 4 Gift Package Michel Bras
/images/products/thumbs/1062.jpg Designed by world-renowned French chef Michel Bras, the Scissor 1 & T-shaped Peeler is an ideal gift for the design driven cook. Michel BRAS Scissors 1 & T-shaped Peeler Gift Package Michel Bras
/images/products/thumbs/549.jpg Inspired by the glass cutting techniques both artisanal and mechanical, Thomas Jenk's Module Two Whiskey Glassware have a look and feel which compliment the tradition of single malt whiskey distillers. Comprised of a set two tumblers and a decanting carafe, the design features opposing spiral profiles cut into the crystal allowing them to mesh together resembling interlocking gears. Module Two Whiskey Glassware Thomas Jenkins
/images/products/thumbs/127.jpg Designed by Professor Peter Raacke in 1959, Mono-A flatware continues to stand for the purist's definition of form and function. Considered a classic, the flatware collection has been the recipient of numerous domestic and international awards. Mono-A Flatware Peter Raacke
/images/products/thumbs/581.jpg A semispherical thick-walled design from R&D Blueside defines the perfect balance of comfort and taste in the Moon Spirit Glass. The design of the Moon glass seeks the best compromise between a shape that is comfortable to hold and the ultimate olfactory experience. Moon Spirit Glass R&D Blueside
/images/products/thumbs/1476.jpg A clear expression of material, the MVE Marble Rectangular Tray captures the minimal design ethos of its creator, Michael Verheyden. Through thoughtful reduction and attention to proportion, the designer has transformed a ubiquitous home accessory into a quietly poetic object that is sophisticated and sculptural. MVE Marble Rectangular Tray Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1393.jpg This Napkin Holder's pure, geometric lines and spare detailing add up to an object at home in a wide variety of settings; the utilitarian shape and design are meant to be useful and to meld with its surroundings. Napkin Holder Thomas Dudzinski
/images/products/thumbs/150.jpg Explorating the limits of conventional dining dishes, Zaha Hadid's Niche is a domestic sculpture which follows her architectural investigations to create a centerpiece constructed of interposable black melamine elements. Each dish can be used as an individual serving container or it may be used on a desk to hold office accessories. Niche Dishes Zaha Hadid
/images/products/thumbs/1477.jpg Combining the pure geometric form of the circle with the natural beauty of marble, the Noccioline Marble Round Serving Tray is a quietly poetic object that elevates the common tray from ubiquitous to unique. Designed by Michael Verheyden, the bianco venatino marble tray is crafted by hand in his Genk, Belgium studio and exudes a sensual tactile quality from its smoothly honed finish. Noccioline Marble Round Serving Tray Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1344.jpg Referencing the colors and textures found in nature, Norm Architects's Norm Storage Jar unites rough stoneware and soft cork with rich, neutral hues. The tactile container offers clever storage in the kitchen but is equally at home in the office or bathroom where they are suitable for holding everyday essentials. Norm Storage Jar Norm Architects
/images/products/thumbs/577.jpg The Notte Glass Candle Holder depicts a natural, enigmatic representation of the traditional candle holder that enkindles the Blueside 2013 collection. The unique emission of 16 candles results in a romantic altar from the different heights of each handmade holder. Notte Glass Candle Holder Francesco Paretti
/images/products/thumbs/1163.jpg The simple and beautifully crafted Oak Tray is pared-down to its most essential and minimal form. Oak Tray Raumgestalt
/images/products/thumbs/389.jpg Inspired by the sight of an island peacefully rising from the ocean, Danny Vanlet's mouth-blown, molded Oilo glass dish features an integrated candle holder that gracefully rises from the object. Oilo Glass Dish Danny Vanlet
/images/products/thumbs/117.jpg Piet Stockmans sophisticated Olive Oil Bottle will enhance your dining experience while keeping oil tasting its finest by securing the bottle with the cork stop. Olive Oil Bottle Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1353.jpg With an unbalanced silhouette, the Orbis Fruit Tray exhibits a sophisticated visual tension through its pure and geometric form. Designed by the award-winning, London-based design studio Poetic Lab, the minimal fruit bowl creates the illusion of suspension by joining a simple base to a circular band. Orbis Fruit Tray Poetic Lab
/images/products/thumbs/118.jpg Patricia Urquiola has imagined an inverted geodesic dome as a serving bowl. Stretching the technique of pressing metal to its limits, the bowl is made from a single sheet of stainless steel which is formed without welding. Orloff Bowl Patricia Urquiola
/images/products/thumbs/405.jpg Perfect craftsmanship and design clarity are the hallmarks of Prof. Peter Raacke's Oval flatware set for Mono. The smoothness of the oval shape and the palpable weight enhance the use of each piece in this pattern. Oval 5pc Flatware Set Peter Raacke
/images/products/thumbs/947.jpg Designed by renowned designer Monika Lubkowska-Jonas, the Paddle Bowl Set is the perfect reason to gather your friends and family around the table. Paddle Bowl Set Monika Lubkowska-Jonas
/images/products/thumbs/946.jpg Include the beautifully designed Paddle Dip Set in your next social event to create a stylish presentation for your guests. Paddle Dip Set Monika Lubkowska-Jonas
/images/products/thumbs/1010.jpg Simplifying your cooking experience, the Panecaldo Bread Basket is designed to be served directly from the oven to the table. Panecaldo Bread Basket KNIndustrie
/images/products/thumbs/586.jpg Sinuous in form, Studio Parade's Parade Vase was conceived using computer rendering software. Consisting of three ceramic legs, the object is held together by a simple steel clip. Parade Vase Studio Parade
/images/products/thumbs/482.jpg Simple, though with a strongly sensual presence, Axel Delbrayere's Paysages Wooden Tray has a gentle curved surface to hold food and condiments. The warm softness of finely-sanded wood gives the tray a smooth texture that proves hard not to caress, and its sculptural form makes it feel, as the designer notes, "as if it were floating above the table. Paysages Wooden Tray Axel Delbrayere
/images/products/thumbs/213.jpg Bold organic shapes characterize Kate Hume's work. With an emphasis on jewel-bright color, the Pebble Vase is one of her earliest designs. Intended to be shown in groups, the play of shadows and layered colors between the forms resemble jewelry. Pebble Vase Kate Hume
/images/products/thumbs/1403.jpg This ingenious set of three Peili Bowls/Dishes triples up in functionality; it's adaptable to preparation, serving and storage, providing a wealth of utilitarian configurations. Adding to the set's versatility, the tops of the bowls are elegant plates but also can be used as lids and serving trays. The melamine bowls feature a glossy interior and matte exterior that gives the series its name; in Finnish "peili" means reflection. Peili Bowls / Dishes - Set Of Three Thomas Bennedsen
/images/products/thumbs/1400.jpg The Peili Coasters are about functionality. Made of melamine, they are durable, dishwasher safe, and do their job-they protect your surfaces without calling attention to themselves, so your focus remains on your meal, your beverages, the company you're with. The five coasters are stackable, and each coaster is ridged on the bottom for stability. Peili Coasters - Set of Five Thomas Bennedsen
/images/products/thumbs/1401.jpg This set of two Peili Dishes is classic, simple and adaptable. The dishes, which are staggered in size, can be used as plates, serving trays or for displaying fruit or vegetables. Designed by VE2 for the award-winning Danish design company Zone, the plates are minimalist and Scandinavian in style. Zone describes them as a reinterpretation of the plate with a new aesthetic and modern look. Peili Dishes - Set of Two Thomas Bennedsen
/images/products/thumbs/1402.jpg The Peili Salad Servers were designed with a specific mandate: to help create the ideal environment in which to enjoy food. The Peili line, produced by award-winning Danish design company Zone, is firmly rooted in the Danish design tradition; these salad utensils are spare and stripped down, clearly an example of contemporary minimalist Scandinavian style. Peili Salad Servers Zone Denmark
/images/products/thumbs/124.jpg A simple stainless steel kitchen utensil, Ralph Kramer's Pico walnut opener allows the user to open walnuts easily and gently. Simply insert Pico's center prong into the top of the walnut at the seam, turn like a key, and split the shell in half. Pico Walnut Opener Ralph Kramer
/images/products/thumbs/1146.jpg Designed by Constantinous Hoursoglou, the Pinch Spice Containers, made from solid ash with solid walnut lids, are beautiful vessels which can be used at the table for serving or as the perfect companion for simplifying food preparation. Pinch Spice Containers Constantinos Hoursoglou
/images/products/thumbs/867.jpg Manufactured by Poets and designed by Studio Formafantasma, Pinch Vassoio is an elegant glass tray with a witty metal clip sustaining it in the middle. Poets is a project by Massimo Lunardon in which he grouped five designer friends to create a series of table glassware full of poetry. Pinch Vassoio Studio Formafantasma
/images/products/thumbs/1018.jpg The Ping Pong Cocktail Tray is a fun and functional piece by the renowned Italian designer Vico Magistretti. Ping Pong Cocktail Tray - Set of Four Vico Magistretti
/images/products/thumbs/1147.jpg Designed by Athanasios Balbais and produced by hand, the Pino Pestle and Mortar is a palm-sized oak kitchen tool which combines the function of a smooth, rounded pestle and mortar with that of a nutcracker. Pino Pestle and Mortar Athanasios Babalis
/images/products/thumbs/660.jpg Named after the beloved children's character, Sebastian Bergne's Pinocchio Salad Bowl features a protruding wood handle influenced by the puppet's famous nose. Made in solid beech, the bowl is perfect for serving salads and other foods. Pinocchio Salad Bowl Sebastian Bergne
/images/products/thumbs/1405.jpg The PLAT-EAU Stone Trays comprise a selection of five imaginative trays that each creatively explores and celebrates the varied textures, surfaces and qualities of natural stone, augmented at times with materials such as hand-finished brass and colorful glass. The trays are configured in geometric, collage-like artistic arrangements and are a study in shape and form. PLAT-EAU Stone Trays Silvia Fanticelli
/images/products/thumbs/1183.jpg Catch All. Designed by German industrial designer Eric Degenhart, the clean, minimal form of the Porter Set offers elegant possibilities for carrying anything from keys and gloves, to fruit or small snacks. Porter Set Eric Degenhardt
/images/products/thumbs/1457.jpg Distinguished by its radiating texture, the Prato Comeia Plate by Selma Abdon Calheira is a dynamic sculpture that intrigues the senses. Recalling a primitive wood carving, the surface of the round ceramic platter is covered in a mesmerizing pattern of triangular markings. Prato Comeia Plate Selma Calheira
/images/products/thumbs/1054.jpg Sculptural and functional, the Prisoner Aluminum Fruit Bowl creates a strong dialogue between the content and the container, as the fruits seem to be in a cage and part of the bowl. Prisoner Aluminum Fruit Bowl MIST-O
/images/products/thumbs/360.jpg Designer Jakob Wagner's Propeller Trivet for Menu is an inventive, foldable trivet which can move from dining table to inside a cutlery drawer with ease. Propeller Trivet Jakob Wagner
/images/products/thumbs/534.jpg Laurence Brabant redefines the flower vase with the Punk Vase, infusing the common glass object with subtle twists and intricate details. The sinuous, blown glass form of the vase is penetrated along its axis eight times with deep impressions into the glass that angle downward to hold water and a stem, resulting in an innovative display of floral. Punk Vase Laurence Brabant
/images/products/thumbs/650.jpg XLBoom's Pure Trays are a nod to the natural characteristics of tropical acacia wood. Appearing as hand-carved forms, these trays retain the strong coloration of the unique wood. Perfect for serving, the trays are food safe. Pure Trays XLBoom
/images/products/thumbs/1230.jpg The Resin Stackable Storage Box is a minimal, compact container that helps you bring order to your jewelry, tools and small objects of all kinds. The multipurpose container is made of durable and lightweight resin, and may be stacked when closed Resin Stackable Storage Box ComingB
/images/products/thumbs/365.jpg Goodwin Hartshorn's stylishly simple Rocker Garlic Press makes the messy talk of chopping garlic cloves much easier. By applying downward pressure and a rocking motion, Rocker crushes garlic quickly and efficiently, forcing the pieces up through the mesh of holes. Rocker Garlic Press Goodwin Hartshorn
/images/products/thumbs/1394.jpg The Rocking Grinder deftly grinds salt, pepper and other spices with its adjustable ceramic mill while reminding us that great design can be fun. Designed by Thomas Dudzinski for the award-winning Danish design company Zone, the grinder's design was mission-driven from the get-go. Dudzinski set out to combine aesthetics, functionality and whimsical humor. Rocking Grinder Thomas Dudzinski
/images/products/thumbs/1046.jpg Designed by renowned architect Richard Meier, the Round White Marble Tray epitomizes simplicity and elegance. Round White Marble Tray Richard Meier
/images/products/thumbs/126.jpg The Sade Glassware collection combines soft lines with a refined profile that reflects the delicate nature of glass itself. A long, cylindrical form with a bulbous base in four variations, each drinking glass designed for a particular beverage. Sade Glassware Demirden Design and Hasan Demir Obuz
/images/products/thumbs/119.jpg Similar to the large, paddle-like traditional rice spoons of Japan, these Salad Servers have been expertly carved from ebony and oiled to protect their surface. The long, slim handles provide excellent leverage and rest comfortably in your hands. Salad Servers John Pawson
/images/products/thumbs/1086.jpg Designed by renowned Italian architect Piero Lissoni, Salt & Pepper are a minimal take on the traditional industrial handle grinders. The simple mills are easy on the wrist and pleasing to the eye. Salt & Pepper Piero Lissoni
/images/products/thumbs/524.jpg An interpretation of functional kitchen and serving ware, Nao Tamura's Seasons Large Serving Tray is inspired by nature and technology viewed through the cultural lens of Japan. Like its smaller siblings, the large tray resembles a real leaf; it is flexible and enjoys its own shape leading to a multi-purpose, sculptural serving accessory. Seasons Large Serving Tray Nao Tamura
/images/products/thumbs/522.jpg An interpretation of functional kitchen and serving ware, Nao Tamura's Seasons Serving Trays are inspired by nature and technology viewed through the cultural lens of Japan. Like a real leaf, each serving dish is flexible and enjoys its own shape leading to a multi-purpose, sculptural serving accessory. Seasons Serving Trays - Set of 4 Nao Tamura
/images/products/thumbs/1475.jpg Belgian designer Michael Verheyden uses basic geometric shapes and noble materials to create objects that exude a sense of quiet poetry. Pure in form and material, his Segment 40 Marble Round Platter is a striking centerpiece for the table crafted from a single piece of marble in his Genk, Belgium studio. Segment 40 Marble Round Platter Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/1077.jpg Set of Bowls includes five simple bowls that differ from each other but that clearly belong to the same family. Designed by the renowned Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune, each bowl has its own shape, size and specific material such as stainless steel, melamine, stoneware, solid ash, and green glass. Set of Bowls Claesson Koivisto Rune
/images/products/thumbs/1142.jpg The minimal and colorful Shades Double Glass Container is an elegant storage vessel. Made by the up and coming designer Dan Yeffet, the container comes with two hand blown glass containers that fit inside each other and allows you to store separate objects. Shades Double Glass Container Dan Yeffet
/images/products/thumbs/1141.jpg Delicate and minimal, the Shades Glass Container is a colorful vessel characterized for its composition that mixes hand-blown glass as its base with a cork top. Shades Glass Container Dan Yeffet
/images/products/thumbs/703.jpg With a geometric bas-relief pattern and a range of subtle colors, Chris Mestdagh's Sigillata Signature collection of dinnerware adds texture to the tabletop. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and glazed on the interior, the bowls are part of the larger collection which includes matching cups, plates and deep plates for dining and serving. Sigillata Signature Bowl Chris Mestdagh
/images/products/thumbs/702.jpg With a geometric bas-relief pattern and a range of subtle colors, Chris Mestdagh's Sigillata Signature collection of dinnerware adds texture to the tabletop. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and glazed on the interior, the cups come in two sizes for coffee and tea. Sigillata Signature Cups Chris Mestdagh
/images/products/thumbs/704.jpg With a geometric bas-relief pattern and a range of subtle colors, Chris Mestdagh's Sigillata Signature collection of dinnerware adds texture to the tabletop. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and glazed on the interior, Sigillata collection features a range of dinnerware including cups, bowls, plates and deep plates for serving. Sigillata Signature Deep Plate Chris Mestdagh
/images/products/thumbs/705.jpg With a geometric bas-relief pattern and a range of subtle colors, Chris Mestdagh's Sigillata Signature collection of dinnerware adds texture to the tabletop. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and glazed on the interior, the plates are part of the larger collection which includes matching cups, bowls and deep plates for dining and serving. Sigillata Signature Plate Chris Mestdagh
/images/products/thumbs/1022.jpg Designed by Rebecca Finell, the elegant Slide Serving Tray is a minimal addition to your party with a geometric edge. Slide Serving Tray Finell
/images/products/thumbs/500.jpg Sin Azumi's Snowman Milk Pitcher finds inspiration for its relaxed lines and harmonious proportions in the organic form of a drop of water. Perfect for use during breakfast with coffee or during formal meals, the white porcelain form works well with a wide variety of dinnerware. Snowman Milk Pitcher Shin Azumi
/images/products/thumbs/499.jpg Sin Azumi's Snowman Oil & Vinegar Pitcher finds inspiration for its relaxed lines and harmonious proportions in the organic form of a drop of water. The white porcelain form works well with a wide variety of dinnerware to add a complimenting element that provides both function and visual interest to the table. Snowman Oil & Vinegar Pitcher Shin Azumi
/images/products/thumbs/1099.jpg A distinctive and innovative dish rack, the SOD Drying Rack holds plates, bowls and cups securely with stiff blades of plastic spikes resembling grass. Water drains through the grass into the self-contained slim stainless steel tray. SOD Drying Rack Finell
/images/products/thumbs/1237.jpg The faceted surface of the Sofia Pepper Mill by renowned designer Carlo Trevisani accentuates the wood's character and grain. The result is a space-saving block of sustainably sourced solid walnut wood without a compromise between safety or beauty. Sofia Pepper Mill Carlo Trevisani
/images/products/thumbs/1140.jpg The minimal Soft Bowl is characterized for its curvaceous and fluid shape. Ideal to store objects or fruits, the versatile bowl can be used interchangeably on both sides. Soft Bowl Kristine Five Melvaer
/images/products/thumbs/1160.jpg Paying homage to traditional Japanese woodcraft, the Soren Knife Rest and Name Tag Stand has a clean rectangular shape that compliments any table setting. Soren Knife Rest And Name Tag Stand Raumgestalt
/images/products/thumbs/366.jpg Joseph Joseph have devised in innovative and simple solution to determining the correct amount of pasta to make. Simply use the lever to open and close the aperture, allowing you to control the portion sizes for one to four servings. Spaghetti Measure Joseph Joseph
/images/products/thumbs/142.jpg Designer Douglas Legg has created a contemporary graphic form by using traditional techniques. Available in three sizes, the family of handmade baskets is suitable for a variety of purposes, from decorative tabletop objects to functional catch-alls. Splint Bamboo Basket Douglas Legg
/images/products/thumbs/962.jpg Reduced to its essential nature, Gunter Wermekes' Stainless Steel napkin holder is a minimal and functional dining accessory. It features a distinctive circular shape folded in half so the napkin holder can stand upright. Stainless Steel Napkin Holder Gunter Wermekes
/images/products/thumbs/1078.jpg Designed by Jesper Stahl, the Stockholm Salad Servers are beautiful and functional. The servers have a slightly twisted handle so that it readily fits the hand in use. Stockholm Salad Servers Jesper Stahl
/images/products/thumbs/550.jpg By emphasizing the contrast between the smooth, conical form of the body and the massive, irregular cut stems and bases, Jiri Pelcl's Stone Bohemian Crystal Glassware is a stunning juxtaposition of glassmaking techniques. A complete set of vessels for the table or bar, the glassware is defined by its architectural approach in form which creates the strong, unique look of each piece. Stone Bohemian Crystal Glassware Jiri Pelcl
/images/products/thumbs/1317.jpg Designed to store your kitchen staples in style such as coffee, sugar or any other cooking and baking goods. Accented by the rich warm grain of the solid acacia wood lid, the containers are stackable and microwave safe - you can reheat and serve leftovers directly from them. Stoneware Container with Acacia Lid Be Home
/images/products/thumbs/1349.jpg Embodying an equilibrium of uniqueness and consistency, the Studio Round Wood Bowls have a story to tell - both in their materiality and skillful production. Each bowl by Stinson Studios is imbued with the family tradition of transforming locally sourced wood into stunningly sculptural functional objects, each refreshingly unique. Studio Round Wood Bowls Stinson Studios
/images/products/thumbs/914.jpg Handmade by local craftsmen by one of the last remaining millineries in the United States, the Swoop Softbowl designed by Jaime Salm and Roger C. Allen provides function and beauty. Swoop Softbowl Jaime Salm + Roger Allen
/images/products/thumbs/1482.jpg An expressive sketch rendered in metal. When viewed stationary, Antonio Sciortino's Tale Deep Bowl features a silhouette that resembles a line drawing. But, begin to move and the three-dimensional nature of the centerpiece comes to life. Tale Deep Bowl Serax Maison
/images/products/thumbs/287.jpg Infusing her own personal, nordic interpretation of simplicity into a range of products for Alessi, Kristiina Lassus' mirror-polished stainless steel Tau Tray is a concise and considered design. Tau Tray Kristiina Lassus
/images/products/thumbs/1392.jpg The amusing, well-designed Timer from Zone, the award-winning Danish design company, resembles a spinning top and functions as one as well. The curved lines of this kitchen timer invite our touch and introduce a lightness and even a levity to the tracking of time that is a welcome addition to a serious subject. Timer Zone Denmark
/images/products/thumbs/574.jpg A quiet piece from Blueside's 2013 collection, the Tongue Glass Serving Dish manifests rhythm and volume uncommon in serving items. Italian designer Eraldo Marini experiments using sinuous shapes, clean and linear in concept, to announce a dual use for complementing any meal with this handmade object. Tongue Glass Serving Dish Eraldo Marini
/images/products/thumbs/1474.jpg A poetic exploration of form and material. Belgian designer Michael Verheyden uncovers the sublime beauty of simplicity in basic geometric shapes and noble materials. In his Tophe and Fruitte Marble Containers With Oak Lid, two sophisticated materials join in harmony. Tophe and Fruitte Marble Round Containers Michael Verheyden
/images/products/thumbs/750.jpg Made entirely of stainless steel, TB Group's Transition Bread Knife features a sinuous handle and functional serrated blade. Particular care was given to the shape of the handle to ensure it is comfortable and functional while the expertly crafted long blade on the knife effortlessly slices. Transition Bread Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/751.jpg One of the most essential knives for any chef is the multifunctional kitchen knife and TB Group's Transition Kitchen Knife combines ergonomics with function and durability. Made entirely of stainless steel, particular care was given to the shape of the handle to ensure it is comfortable and functional. Transition Kitchen Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/754.jpg While having the shortest blade of the Transition range, the Paring Knife packs the most precision. Dedicated to peeling and small or complicated work like cutting small fruit and vegetables or creating garnishes, the paring knife gets a makeover that fuses design and technology. Transition Paring Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/752.jpg The Santoku knife, a staple of Japanese chefs, represents the bridge between Japanese and Western Cuisine. TB Group's Transition Santoku Knife fuses economics, design and solid chopping abilities into one. Transition Santoku Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/753.jpg The multipurpose Transition Steak Knife combines ergonomics with function and durability. Whether using as a steak knife or a general knife in the kitchen, the sharp blade and comfortable handle will make cooking a pleasant experience. Transition Steak Knife TB Group
/images/products/thumbs/584.jpg The simple concept of the Trevis Frosted Glass Bottle commends the subtleties of minimalism in glass products. The silent piece from the Blueside 2013 collection works beautifully as a decorative element with its frosted motif and fine pouring end. Trevis Frosted Glass Bottle Eraldo Marini
/images/products/thumbs/1435.jpg A clever salt and pepper set that turns the tabletop staple on its side. Schmuck + Gerat's Tube Salt and Pepper Shakers feature two stainless steel cylinders that rest on an arched wooden base recalling the image of chopsticks set on their rest. Tube Salt & Pepper Shakers - Limited Edition Schmuck + Gerat
/images/products/thumbs/758.jpg Made of solid waxed European oak, the tactile Turn Fruit Bowl by designer Mark Braun features a simple and intriguing round shape. Punctuated by a central hole, the design takes a minimal approach to tabletop storage. Turn Fruit Bowl Mark Braun
/images/products/thumbs/602.jpg Formed from a single length of solid metal tubing, Minimalux's U Candleholder has been reduced to its most essential form resulting in an elegant yet simple object for the home. Bent at 180 degrees and available in stainless steel or copper, the candleholder is supported at its base by a turned metal disc, all of which has been mirror polished by hand. U Candleholder Minimalux
/images/products/thumbs/137.jpg Reinterpreting stainless steel through basic geometries, asymmetries, and clean cuts, German designer Konstantin Grcic's Un Attimo Dopo tray displays the minimalist language that is characteristic of the designer. Through his household items in the Passami il Sale collection, objects take on unusual fashions while remaining functional. Un Attimo Dopo Tray Konstantin Grcic
/images/products/thumbs/707.jpg Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans' Round Bowls are part of the versatile UnoDueTre range of porcelain dinnerware. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and smooth and glossy on the inside, the round bowls celebrate their material. UnoDueTre Deep Bowls Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/710.jpg With an matching cup and saucer, Piet Stockmans' UnoDueTre Espresso Set is perfect for enjoying coffee drinks. Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, the versatile range of porcelain dinnerware combines a raw and unglazed exterior with a smooth and glossy interior. UnoDueTre Espresso Set Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/708.jpg Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans' Round Plates are part of the versatile UnoDueTre range of porcelain dinnerware. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and smooth and glossy on the inside, the round plates celebrate their material. UnoDueTre Round Plates Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/709.jpg Referencing his characteristic forms, textures and materiality, Belgian ceramicist Piet Stockmans' UnoDueTre collection is a versatile range of porcelain dinnerware. Raw and unglazed on the exterior and smooth and glossy on the inside, the pieces the square plates celebrate their material. UnoDueTre Square Plates Piet Stockmans
/images/products/thumbs/1186.jpg As a designer, Sam Baron loves the way it's possible to experience a previously unknown locale through its objects and artifacts. This appropriation is apparent in the Utiles Glass Fruit Pots produced in collaboration with Rome-based gallery Secondome. Utiles Glass Fruit Pots Sam Baron
/images/products/thumbs/138.jpg A single material takes on double personalities through the use of both polished and brushed stainless steel surfaces in the Va Bene Cosi tabletop basket. German designer Konstantin Grcic's reinterprets the material through basic geometries, asymmetries, and clean cuts while still displaying the minimalist language of the designer. Va Bene Cosi Basket Konstantin Grcic
/images/products/thumbs/1144.jpg The iconic Van Duysen Ceramic Container epitomizes Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen's minimalist aesthetic. The walnut wood and ceramic earthenware vessels are limited in their use only by ones imagination. van Duysen Ceramic Container Vincent Van Duysen
/images/products/thumbs/1314.jpg A stylish home to whatever you decide to put in it, the playful asymmetric container has three legs that also work as storage spaces, making it ideal for serving or storing fruits and vegetables. Crafted from fine porcelain, the Vitamin Container is easy to transport from counter to table and with a bit of good will the bowl encourages us to take better care of ourselves. Vitamin Container Ole Jensen
/images/products/thumbs/1464.jpg Elevate your sushi experience with finely crafted chopsticks from Japan. Fujiwara Woodworking's Washi Chopsticks highlight an artistry and craft that elevate the utensil from ubiquitous to uncommon. Washi Chopsticks - Set Of 12 Fujiwara Woodworking
/images/products/thumbs/595.jpg A reinterpretation of the flower vase, designer Decha Archjananum's Weight Vases are made of two parts which support one another. A black-painted laser-cut steel frame works in tandem with a concrete base to hold water and flower stems. The concrete base adds weight to create a stable object while the frame is designed to support the stems of flowers. Weight Vases Decha Archjananum
/images/products/thumbs/517.jpg An airtight canister for storage in the bathroom or kitchen, ideaco's Wet Wipes Case suits a variety of needs. The soft, sinuous ceramic design is capped with a silicon gasket to keet contents from drying out, especially helpful for pre-moistened tissues. Wet Wipes Case ideaco
/images/products/thumbs/151.jpg Drawing inspiration from archetypal Scandinavian basket weaving, Cecilie Manz Wicker Basket adds a modern twist in materials and form. Wide and thin straps alternately appear to be woven together to form a multipurpose basket for bread or anything else. Wicker Basket Cecilie Manz
/images/products/thumbs/1359.jpg Simple and honest, Belgoflor's Wooden Deco Bowls show the softer side of minimalism. Utilizing traditional Thai-woodworking techniques, these mahogany bowls highlight the beauty of imperfection as each bowl is unique in size, shape and texture thanks to its handcrafted nature. Wooden Deco Bowls Belgoflor
/images/products/thumbs/607.jpg Takumi Shimamura combines 400-year old Japanese wood cutting techniques and historic kimono tapestry weaving with modern industrial processes to create the spectacularly thin Woodum range of wood placemats and coasters. The soft and durable coasters are made are made of a thin sheet of sliced wood which is soaked in resin making it both highly waterproof and scratch-proof. Woodum Coasters Takumi Shimamura
/images/products/thumbs/606.jpg Takumi Shimamura combines 400-year old Japanese wood cutting techniques and historic kimono tapestry weaving with modern industrial processes to create the spectacularly thin Woodum range of wood placemats and coasters. The soft and durable table mats are made are made of a thin sheet of sliced wood which is soaked in resin making it both highly waterproof and scratch-proof. Woodum Placemats Takumi Shimamura
/images/products/thumbs/487.jpg Strong in its geometric form and clean construction, XLBoom's Set of Low Trays is a stylish and considered way to present food and drink or display votives and decorative objects around the house. XLBoom Set of Low Trays XLBoom
/images/products/thumbs/651.jpg With its simple and relaxing design, XLBoom's Zen Trays completely live up to its name. Providing function in a minimal form, the painted MDF tray is available in three sizes to suit various needs. Zen Trays XLBoom